Brett has a keen interest in the diagnosis and rehabilitation of sporting injuries, and has recently completed his Masters of Sports physiotherapy through the University of Otago. Brett is a key provider for high performance sport in New Zealand in hockey, working with New Zealand and Canterbury hockey teams. Brett has many years experience working with athletes, including Canterbury Cricket, Canterbury Tactix netball and a number of senior rugby teams. Brett has post-graduate qualifications in acupuncture and is a credentialed McKenzie therapist. » View details
Jo is one of our senior physiotherapists. Jo has many years experience working with elite and junior athletes. Jo completed a Masters of manipulative physiotherapy and has a special interest in treating adolescent injuries. She has a particular interest in ballet, dance and gymnastics injury. Jo also has experience working with high level rowers and tennis players. Jo has three sons who keep her busy with many sporting endeavours, including athletics, tennis, hockey and rugby.» View details
Kathryn has been actively involved in the Lincoln community since establishing the physiotherapy practice in 1989. Kathryn has years of experience in the management of musculoskeletal injuries or conditions that cause impaired function. Kathryn¿s current clinical areas of interest are manual therapy, postural analysis, pre-op and post-op rehabilitation, and gym-based rehabilitation. » View details
Stephanie graduated from the University of Otago in 2017. Originally from Auckland, she is enjoying exploring the South Island and everything it has to offer. Steph is interested in keeping people active and performing to the best level they can, and enjoys working with local sports teams. She has a keen interest in sports rehabilitation from her background in netball, running and martial arts. She also loves working with people post-operatively, and has an interest in learning more about neurorehabilitation, including spinal cord injury and stroke.» View details
Vicky recently moved to Lincoln following working in Nelson in a private practice for three years. She has a broad interest in all types of injuries. Vicky has an interest in biomechanics and prevention of recurring injury. Vicky also works within our pain team on the ACC Pain contract. Outside of work, Vicky is a keen horse rider getting involved in the local scene. Vicky also has a background in dance and an interest in dance injuries. » View details
Chantelle graduated with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy with Credit in 2016. She was the first recipient of the Leadership and Community Engagement Award at the school of physiotherapy for her work in Maori Health and on Executive. Chantelle has been a competitive Highland Dancer for over 18 years, with 26 national senior titles currently to her name. She credits dancing for her career choice and her appreciation for movement. Throughout her career Chantelle hopes to have some involvement in public health and see positive changes in Maori Health Statistics. She enjoys aiding patients' return to activity, whatever that level may be.» View details
Chris was born and grew up in Seoul, South Korea and moved New Zealand in 2001. He has been living in Christchurch ever since.
Before Chris started studying physiotherapy he completed a bachelors degree in microbiology which gave him a strong knowledge base of infections and viruses.
He has a strong interest in looking after people with shoulder and back injuries and also loves meeting new people.
Chris has a passion for snowboarding and playing golf in his spare time (and drinking coffee!)» View details
Jody has been working in Selwyn for the past two years after moving back to the mainland with her family. She has over 13 years’ experience predominantly in Musculoskeletal private practice having lived and worked in England, Australia and a few places in NZ she has seen it all. Throw in a stint in aged care in Canberra and community rehabilitation in Auckland for a bit of variety.
In her spare time you will find her out and about in the local community with her family which includes her 5 year old daughter and a golden retriever. » View details
Kim started working at SportsRehab Rolleston in 2010. She took off to the UK for two years on her O.E. where she predominantly worked in the NHS to fund her travels. She returned to Rolleston in 2016 and has recently joined the team at Motus and has started post-graduate study in pain management. Kim enjoys treating a wide range of conditions including sports (and other) injuries, pre and post-operative rehabilitation and chronic pain.» View details